Not yet, anyway-but we're thinking about it. From 1912 to 1982, Motorcyclist covered the entire spectrum of motorcycling, dirtbikes included. Then our former parent company Petersen Publishing launched Dirt Rider, and the off-road coverage went away. Later, our sportbike audience took a hit with the launch of Sport Rider. And then metric cruisers with Motorcycle Cruiser, touring with Escape and custom sportbikes with Super Streetbike-to say nothing of the American Motorcycle Group that produces Hot Bike, Hot Rod Bike Works and Street Chopper. If we stopped covering each of those niches, as we did dirtbikes, there'd be nothing left to write about but standards and vintage bikes-not coincidentally two staples of this magazine. Shouldn't Motorcyclist be a full-spectrum magazine?